Procedures for dealing with rogue politicians
In a heightened security climate, public awareness of the threat environment presents an enticingly soft target for exploitation by rogue politicians. Known rogue political actors include heads of state, national leaders, spokespeople, think-tanks, and pundits.
Handling common rogue behaviours
As a responsible and engaged citizen, you may, with little warning, find yourself in proximity to a rogue politician. It is important to denounce and defuse rogue behaviour as soon as possible, to prevent the spread of fear and angst through the general population.
If you see a political actor exaggerating security threats (tactical or strategic) by means of misused intelligence assets (including "sexed-up" dossiers) in an effort to alarm the public:
Be aware that the subject may be wearing a three-piece suit which has substantial poke-stopping potential. It is preferable to poke too hard rather than not hard enough.
Imminent irrevocable action
If you have reason to believe that a politician is about to commence military action against foreign or domestic targets, or to commit troops to a previously-established quagmire:
Remember: dangerous times call for decisive measures. Do not assume that you will have a second chance.
NOTE: in many jurisdictions, both chest-poking and pie-throwing are considered illegal physical assaults. Approaching any head of state or national leader exposes you to the risk of being shot repeatedly. Check your local laws before engaging in any political speech or expression.